An exhibition debuting Marc Thorpe's fabulous new designs (and some of his greatest hits) for Moroso.
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A design studio that makes use of all those plastic drink caps by upcycling them and using them as the fill for stools.
Otto acts as an outdoor ottoman or extra seating until you flip it over and it becomes a planter.
NOTWASTE aims to collaborate with designers to create furniture that produces no waste.
This sculptural hybrid design stool whose name means "twins" is where function and art meet.
Mark Gabbertas combines a metal frame with weaving to create a comfortable, practical outdoor seat.
A flat material like cork is folded to make a 3D seat for a chair.
Ergonomically shaped outdoor seating that can be lit up from within to create a spectacular light show in your yard.
We head back to 100% Design for Part 2 of the inspirations and making stories behind some of our favorite designs.
A sculptural, wave-like bench that was inspired by the landscape.
Two-dimensional "paintings" become actual seats you can sit in.
We asked our favorite designers at 100% Design to tell us about the inspiration behind, and the making of, their products.
We go in depth in an interview with Alex Mueller, a new designer that can't be ignored.
A compact folding stool for extra seating on the fly with a unique built-in handle.
A curvy outdoor chair made from one continuously looped, ribbon-like band.
Modern chairs featuring complex tapestries of woven textiles that make for original style and structure.